You can remove the casting director, the talent managers, agents, audio engineers from the process. The author selects the voice, chooses the deadline and can have complete control over the sound of the recording.
New York City, New York (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
Since the launch of the iPad, Kindle and other electronic book readers, books have gained a whole new generation of loyal users. Not only have the commercial publishing companies taken to turning textual works of literature into audio books, but independent authors also now have the ability to use professional voice actors to record their stories in quality studios.
E-books are a booming business and thanks to the internet authors can become their own publishers cutting out the need for a literary agent and even the traditional publisher.
The process to then turn those electronic texts into audio books has been simplified thanks to a streamlined process where professional voice actors’ work autonomously filing the roles of audio engineer and voice over.
The Voice Realm’s marketing manager Robert James says the author has full control over selecting the voice and giving vocal direction to the talent. “Administrative costs are cut by more than three quarters by using our site. You can remove the casting director, the talent managers, agents, audio engineers from the process. The author selects the voice, chooses the deadline and can have complete control over the sound of the recording.”
Since the site launched in March 2012 the site has helped hundreds of clients around the world connected with industry leading male and female voice actors.
Clients are assured that recordings will be of superior sound quality, equal to that of expensive recording studios that charge in excess of $200 per hour. Microphones used are identical to that of these studios as well.
The site now offers the ability for those looking to hire voice actors to post a free ‘Casting Notice’ and have many talent record a small part of the script and send custom auditions for the client’s listening.
Unlike other casting sites, voice over rates are clear and all audio is then owned by the purchaser. There are no royalties or residuals to pay.
The Voice Realm is based in New York City with the site featuring male and female, American, British and foreign voice talent. Castings, auditions and bookings can be made around the clock with the system operating autonomously at http://www.thevoicerealm.com and http://www.thevoicerealm.co.uk.